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San Francisco Giants Channel ‘Full House’ With ‘Full Clubhouse’ — Epic Video

Fri, August 14, 2015 4:42pm EDT by 1 Comment

Are you dead? Because we’re dead. The San Francisco Giants have paid homage to ‘Full House’ with a spoof video in which they recreate the theme song– and it is epic.

We all know Full Housethe series which ran from 1987-95, took place in San Francisco. Apparently, no one is more aware of that fact than the SF Giants, the city’s Major League Baseball team. In honor of, well, we’re not really sure what (but we’re not questioning it!), the guys got together to recreate the show’s theme song for their would be series, Full Club House, and it is honestly better than anything we’ve seen probably ever. Watch it now to fill your 90s-loving heart with joy.

Whoever made this deserves a raise. As the beginning notes of “Everywhere You Look” begin to play, you could almost swear you were watching the actual Full House opening credits. That is how on the nose this video is.

The primary difference is, rather than getting glimpses of John Stamos, Bob Saget, Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, and the rest of the Tanners, well, we’re getting Giants players (most of whom, ironically, are quite tan).

It’s only fitting that the Giants pay tribute to Full House, considering San Francisco was so deeply embedded in the show’s identity. However, we have to share something with you right here, right now, that may change everything you know about the world as well as ruin your childhood: apart from those opening credits, not a single minute of Full House was actually filmed in the city of San Francisco. Nope, front to back, they shot that thing in Los Angeles.

While we’re at it, both Seinfeld and Friends were filmed in LA as well, not New York City, just in case you had any hope left for humanity. But anyways, now that we’ve effectively ruined your day, let us present you again with this amazing video, to once again turn it around!

Do you love the video as much as we do? Or have we reached a Full House overload?

— Casey Mink